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homogenize

[hə′mäj·ə‚nīz]
(metallurgy)
To hold metal at a high temperature long enough to eliminate by diffusion any chemical segregation of the components.
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During the summer of 2000, we analyzed 90 (25 were sequenced) subtraction products prepared from samples homogenized in 0.
Motionless mixing elements include Thermogenizers specifically for extrusion, which deliver homogenized melt streams to the die and have mixing capacities independent of extruder output.
Dorfo bought out 151 and homogenized it, Zach held on to the video and teamed up with Steve Roche to throw it all together.
Paris embraced the prostitute and the flaneur as living-dead life-forms adequate to the hypnotic shopping arcades and bourgeois boulevards of their city, Payne and Relph seek states of grace in the latte-sipping, distracted lifestyles of a homogenized, pasteurized, and tourist-friendly London at Christmastime.
Driscoll contends that audiences--she estimates hers to be "70% GLBT or omnisexual"--are looking for alternatives to homogenized corporate entertainment and are finding it in the independent world.
Dark" neurons, which appeared shrunken and homogenized, with loss of discernible internal cell structures, were seen in all locations of the exposed rats' brains, particularly in the cortex, hippocampus, and basal ganglia.
They were still sexy, but in a traditional, homogenized way, unlike Petronio's previous subversive fetishism.
The molding system utilizes the air impulse compaction process in which air pressure from 3-5 bar/sec is used during mold filling to fluidize the sand grains and allow each to slide over one another to ensure homogenized filling of all the free space on each pattern.
Where the cultural elite alternately fears and sneers at a homogenized America filled with big, look-alike chain stores and lifeless Levittowns, McMurtry is explicit in his rejection of the claim that "it all looks alike.
Yet, far from marginalizing the work, Scarpa's idiosyncrasy continues to inspire architects who, in their own cultures and contexts, are swimming against the tide of homogenized industrial production which has dominated the twentieth century.
The energy does not escape from the stove; it gets reflected back and forth inside the stove until it is thoroughly smooth and homogenized.
Todd established Minyanville with the vision of bringing his brand of "fiscal fitness" to the otherwise homogenized world of finance and beyond.